The Starting Line have announced six additional shows for their upcoming tour in celebration of the ten-year anniversary of Say It Like You Mean It. The new dates, as well as those previously announced, can be seen by clicking read more!
On tonight’s The Gunz Show: The Starting Line, The Downtown Fiction, and Promise of Redemption (Shane of Valencia) premiering three brand new songs.
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Vacationer, featuring Kenny Vasoli of The Starting Line, have released a music video for the song “Trip”. Click “Read More” to watch the video.
The Starting Line have announced a string of shows in which the album Say It Like You Mean It will be played in its entirety. Click “Read More” for the dates and a video from the band.
The Starting Line have confirmed that their hiatus is officially over. Though they have been active again for some time, recently announcing tour dates with All Time Low and even debuting new music, there has always been some confusion as to the status of the band; guitarist Matt Watts cleared everything up in a statement to AbsolutePunk.
All Time Low will be heading out across North America this summer on the Gimme Summer Ya Love Tour with a revolving door of support including Mayday Parade, The Starting Line, We Are The In Crowd, Cartel, The Cab, and Brighter.
New Jersey pop-punk outfit Man Overboard released an album Tuesday that every pop punk band will be trying to duplicate in the future.
idobi’s Jamie McGrath sat down with the The Wonder Years at Starland Ballroom Saturday evening during their “Ship of Fools” tour with Streetlight Manifesto.
For the first time in seven years, Shaun Cooper and John Nolan shared the stage with the rest of the Tell All Your Friends-era Taking Back Sunday crew, and neither one of them looked out of place.
Taking a page out of the book of pop-punk veterans such as Saves the Day and fellow Philadelphia natives The Starting Line, The Wonder Years released its second full-length album aptly titled The Upsides January 26 through No Sleep Records.
Think about if someone approached you in a record store asking for something that blends the unique vocal sound of Hit the Lights, the emo power of The Early November and the homegrown pop-punk sound that The Starting Line have perfected. If that person were savvy enough they would hand you a copy of Think Fast from Just Left, the band’s second album and debut for Victory imprint Standby Records.
Our very own Alan Davis was at the Trocadero Theatre covering The Starting Line’s sold-out reunion concert Wednesday night. The complete album will be available soon on the photo site.